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Saturday, April 23 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Split/Lip Press Presents: Why We Depart: Genre Bending Across Nonfiction Lines

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Join us via YouTube for the free event “Split/Lip Press Presents: Why We Depart: Genre Bending Across Nonfiction Lines” with Lauren W. Westerfield, Athena Dixon, Calvin Walds, and Jeannine Ouellete as they use their experiences to delve into why genre-bending motivates, fascinates, and continues to grow, opening the conversation around nonfiction with continued examination of the tools we as writers have at our disposal.

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Lauren W. Westerfield

Lauren W. Westerfield's essays and poetry have most recently appeared or are forthcoming in Seneca Review, Willow Springs, Denver Quarterly, Indiana Review, Ninth Letter, and Third Coast. She teaches in the English department at Washington State University, where she is the Editing... Read More →
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Athena Dixon

Athena Dixon is a poet and essayist born and raised in NE Ohio. She is the author of the chapbook No God in This Room and a debut collection of personal essays titled The Incredible Shrinking Woman. Her work has been anthologized and is included in The Breakbeat Poets Vol. 2: Black... Read More →
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Calvin Walds

Calvin Walds is a writer, educator, and abolitionist/image-maker/nomad originally from Detroit, Michigan. His poems and texts have been published widely and are forthcoming in DIAGRAM and Black Warrior Review. As an educator, he has taught in Sunflower County, in the Mississippi... Read More →
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Jeannine Ouellete

Jeannine Ouellette's stories and essays have appeared in many journals including North American Review and Narrative and several anthologies including Women’s Lives: Multicultural Perspectives. Her work has been recognized in numerous contests including those sponsored by Iowa... Read More →

Saturday April 23, 2022 3:00pm - 4:00pm PDT